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Hoexter mesial/distal luxating elevators

Throughout history dentists have been taught to extract teeth in the easiest direction - towards the thinnest, supportive buccal bone. However, this technique leads to ischemic or traumatic bone loss of buccal bone resulting in cavernous buccal depressions that will not adequately support an implant.

However, if a mesial/distal approach is used, the buccal and lingual bone is preserved and bone regeneration occurs. This enables successful implant positioning and predictable osseointegration. This is why the Hoexter Mesial/Distal Luxating Elevators  are designed to protect the osseous ridge in tooth extractions by luxating roots in the mesio-distal plane.”
– Design-Rationale by Dr. David Hoexter

POINTS OF PERFORMANCE

  • Designed for canine, pre-molar and molar tooth extractions
  • Sharp working ends easily penetrate the interproximal space
  • Textured handle ensures a non-slip grip

The Hoexter luxating instruments are available with 3 or 5 mm working ends, angled to the left or right and in mesial or distal design.

Hoexter Luxating Elevators are available individually or as a complete set with special pricing. This set includes all eight instruments and a Sharpening Stone (SSKC) together in a Signature SerieS DIN cassette, IM12DIN80.
The part code is HOEXKITDIN.



Example: EDLL3 Luxating elevator, distal, left